Kevin Georgiou (born 22 May 1985), better known by his stage name K. Koke, is an English rapper of Greek Cypriot descent from Stonebridge, North West London.
He is part of one of the England's most popular underground rap crews U.S.G. His first mixtape Pure Koke Volume One was an underground success. Volume 1 was given away for free on various online outlets. Having gained considerable critical acclaim within the UK Rap scene, he has recently signed with Roc Nation of Sony Music EntertainmentRCA.
Although just being signed to Roc Nation, K Koke was in the process of releasing the most anticipated "Pure Koke Volume two". He released visuals for 'Nobody But Us' & 'Lord Knows' which were instant hits on YouTube racking up thousands of views within days. He also released a video for 'Streets Are Cold', featuring Birmingham's Malik MD7. With Koke very much in the promotion stage for his highly anticipated mixtape, it was stopped abruptly as he was arrested for attempted murder. This meant 'Pure Koke: Volume 2' was released with very little promotion due to K Koke's absence.
Koke was charged with the attempted murder of an unidentified 27-year-old football player at Harlesden train station on 9 March 2011 along with four teenagers, who were remanded in custody pending trial in October 2011. The victim was shot in the back. Koke's record deal with Roc Nation has not been affected by his arrest. Koke stood trial on October 4, 2011 and was acquitted of all charges on the 3rd November 2011 after 7 months on remand.